All undergraduate degrees for local students only have Commonwealth supported places (CSP) available, with the exception of AD023 Associate Degree in Aviation (Professional Pilots) program, which is full-fee only.
CSPs are university places paid for jointly by the student and Commonwealth Government. The student share (student contribution) is set by the government and determined by the study discipline area. Read more about CSPs.
HECS-HELP allows students to defer up to 100% of their student contribution and is for eligible students studying a degree program in a CSP. Find out more about HECS-HELP.
Fees for certificate and diploma programs have two different fee structures, State Government subsidised places and full fee places. The vast majority of secondary students will have access to a subsidsed place.
The Victorian State Government provides subsidised places for VET programs provided students meet the eligibility criteria. Eligibility criteria are based on age, prior education and citizenship. Find out more about subsidised fees.
RMIT offers vocational education places on a full-fee basis for students who are not eligible for a government-subsidised place. Get a fee estimate.
From January 2019, the State Government will cover the cost of 30 priority courses and 18 pre-apprenticeship courses at TAFE institutes, including universities such as RMIT University. Find out more about the Free TAFE for Priority Courses initiative.
VET Student Loans are for eligible students and can be used to cover up to 100% of your tuition fees. Find out more about VET Student Loans.